It's not easy to coordinate a double attack on one vehicle with a very small window of fire. Most cases will be 1 atgm launched.
That is true, although the Russians have solved that problem with the RPG-30 with two rockets in the same launcher fired at once, and of course the Kornet missiles which are beam riders so launching two missiles at the same time to ride the same laser beam also achieves the same result too.
(The man portable model has on missile ready to launch but most vehicle mounts have two or more ready to fire missiles)
At what frequency is ARENA being used?
AFAIK it is not being used because the MMW radar emissions of its detection equipment can be tracked giving away the location of the protected vehicles in real time to the enemy.
I mentioned it because such details about the speed at which it resets to new targets has been published.
To be clear those figure are for the first gen ARENA and not the current models.
AFAIK APS are generally operated in the S-band but taking APS like Iron Fist into account, the active protection grenade it use I think it should be higher, maybe Ku or even mm wave band. as it can produce narrow beam suitable for aiming.
It would need to be MMW frequency for the level of precision with very small targets required, so Ku or Ka bands...
The other important thing is Programmable Ammo. APS whether Russian or Western might not be able to stop such programmable ammos.
Sounds like you don't understand what programmable ammo is...
APS systems intercept incoming rounds, whether it has a programmable round or not that is what APS does.
If you programme your programmable round to detonate 100m away from a tank then yes, I agree the APS wont do much about that, but then it wouldn't need to do much about that either.
APS are supposed to intercept and damage or destroy projectiles heading towards your tank on an intercept course.
If the APS system detects the incoming threat is going to miss it might do nothing at all and let the threat miss.
In my opinion I think something like a 50 cal round with a ballistic plastic nose cap under which a corner reflector is fitted which makes the round appear much much bigger than it actually is on radar... a 50 round belt of those... which would be super cheap BTW... solid cheap metal body with a plastic ballistic shaped nose for aerodynamics, and sit in a position with no direct line of sight to the enemy vehicles so they can't shoot you and then just fire single rounds at the visible tanks... each shot would appear to be much larger than it actually is... a missile rather than a 50 cal shell, and if they are on target to hit the tank then the APS has to operate to intercept it... you could use a rifle or a HMG in single shot.... after a few days they will run out of APS munitions and long before that they will get sick of the APS systems firing all the time at what appears to be no rockets... they will either run out of munitions or they will turn the systems off... when you fire the next dozen rounds and the tanks don't launch intercept munitions then get out your Kornets and Bulats and start smoking tanks.
Even if you have to fire 1,000 rounds... 1,000 rounds of 50cal rounds made of cheap simple basic metals like low quality steel or scrap iron... you could put material in the nose of the round to make it flash when it impacts the target so you can see your hits and track which targets don't have their APS systems on.